YG Entertainment's solo artist Gummy will be having her Japanese debut with the release of a mini album this November. The mini album has the same name as her last Korean release, and will feature the help of labelmate and Big Bang member TOP for the track "I'm Sorry".
Next to "I'm Sorry" and a Japanese version of "A Moment to Remember" OST song "I Want to Forget"; the release has another four tracks. An extra DVD is also set to come with the mini album.
Gummy was revealed to have been nervous about her Japanese debut, and was quoted saying "I've dreamed of debuting in Japan for so long", as well as "I hope I can reach many people through my music and singing. Please look forward to my music."
Gummy debuted under YG Entertainment in 2003 and was known as the "queen of tie-ins" because of her many OST songs. Her name, which literally means spider, was chosen in order for the singer to be able to captivate people in her web of music.
The mini album will be released through YGEX, the joint label of AVEX and YG, on November 9th.